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Doug Long


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Registration date : 2007-11-20

PostSubject: Horses on Indian Creek   Mon Jul 20, 2009 12:36 pm

Just read an email from Denny and he informs me that there has been horses on the trail between the dam and 510 access.

Denny says they kicked up a lot of rocks and chewed up the steep climb to 510. If you see horses on the trail, we need to find out who they are and contact the conservation dept. law enforcement.

I'm hoping this is not going to start being a pattern. We have had some atv's on the campground lap also. I have contacted Phil Sneed about both of these instances.
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Location : Chillicothe, Mo
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PostSubject: Re: Horses on Indian Creek   Mon Jul 20, 2009 3:57 pm

Looks like they came across the dam and down what I call the service road onto the rocky downhill section into the creek crossing. Then they came out of creek and up the section into the parking lot. They did us a "favor"(sarcasm) by walking down the sides and tore out all of the rock and logs put in to hold up all the edges....almost looks like they done it on purpose. I plan on going out and trimming the rest of the connector trail from the campground to boatramp someday this week. Me and Jan bout got lost in it Thursday night.
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